Features December 2008 Issue

More Unconventional Dog Food

Three more very different dehydrated diets.

Any time we aspire to review the best products in a given category, we inadvertently miss some. Last month, we highlighted some interesting “novel” foods – products that are manufactured outside the conventions of dry, canned, or raw frozen foods. Somehow, we failed to include a few interesting dehydrated products. As we stated last month, dehydrated foods are light and compact, and easy to take on the road; just add water. Because most include raw, dried meat as the major protein (and indeed the major ingredient), they are frequently used as “travel food” for dogs who ordinarily eat a home-prepared or commercial raw meat diet.

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